Brian Seifrit

Diamond Jubilee medal for former Fruitvale mayor

Former Fruitvale Mayor Libby Nelson will be receiving a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal in honour of her contributions to the community.

Beaver Valley May Days – New wrinkles added to venerable event

Every year after the snow has melted and the flowers blossom, Beaver Valley comes alive with the anticipation of another May Days event.

Departing Fruitvale Mayor Libby Nelson leaves lasting legacy

Departing Fruitvale Mayor Libby Nelson leaves lasting legacy

Fruitvale keeping watch on park

If you are heading to Creekside Community Park any time soon, smile, you’ll be on camera.

From the mountain vistas to the crackling creek  to the boat launch accessing the Columbia River

BC Parks 100th anniversary – Kiwanis rescued Beaver Creek

Vandalism almost forced BC Parks to give up site

From the mountain vistas to the crackling creek  to the boat launch accessing the Columbia River
From the precious marshlands to the soothing waters to the western painted turtles basking in the sun

Champion Lakes – a hidden gem

Nestled next to the Bonnington Range of the beautiful Selkirk Mountains lies one of the least publicized members of BC Parks’ vast network.

From the precious marshlands to the soothing waters to the western painted turtles basking in the sun

Saddle up for show at Horseman’s Grounds

Horse lovers from throughout Kootenays will be coming to the Trail Horseman’s Society Grounds this weekend.

From the left; Len Toupin

Something new for something old

Fruitvale set to unveil new parade float marking 100th anniversary of
Beaver Valley May Days

From the left; Len Toupin